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Magnolia Bay to employ 1,187?

Kaylee D. Holmes

Victim's family

reaches out

to community

for assistance

Fourteen-year-old Kaylee D.
Holmes loved to read and
wanted to be a lawyer when she
grew up.
Those dreams ended Friday,
Feb. 9, when Holmes died in a
one-vehicle crash that also
claimed the life of 16-year-old
Magon M. Jordan.
Now, Holmes' family is
reaching out to the community for
help covering burial expenses for
the teen, who did not have life
Funeral services are planned for
Saturday, Feb. 17, at the Temple of
God Church, starting at 11 a.m. '
At the time of her death; Holmes
was living with her guardian,
Willie Pearl Bryant, and attended
the Taylor County district's
alternative school, The Learning
,Center (TLC).
She is survived by one sister and
three brothers.
"* Please see page



issued to


Taylor County Emergency
:Management will soon begin
issuing re-entry passes to coastal
.residents and business owners in
preparation for the 2007 Hurricane
SAccording to Emergency
Management Director Brianne
Hoover, 'the passes will be issued
beginning with Adams Beach
: residents or business owners along
: CR 361 to Hagens Cove Road.
The re-entry passes enable
:evacuated residents to re-enter
theii property once it is deemed
safe by county officials following
an incident such as a hurricane.
The pass will identify a resident
as the registered property or
business owner.
Immediate residents of Adams
Beach, Dekle Beach, Jug Island,
Ezell Beach, Keaton Beach, Cedar
Island, Dark Island, Bird Island,
Fish Creek and Hagens Cove are
urged to acquire the re-entry pass,
Hoover said.
The re-entry passes will be
issued at Taylor County
Emergency Management located
.at 301 Industrial Park Drive (next
to Perry-Foley Airport).
Proper identification is a
requirement to 'pick up a pass,
Hoover added.
A photo ID along with proof of
ownership or residency of beach
property will be required. Proof of
residency or ownership can be a
utility bill or title of property. The,
name on the photo ID and bill or
title will have to match.
With property that is owned by a
"- Please see page 3

The Magnolia Bay Marina and
Resort could become the county's
largest employer, according to
numbers provided by Urban Realty
Solutions whose survey is part of'
the development's comprehensive
plan amendment application.
The application, which the
development submitted to the-
county in December, states that
economist Lin Gilbert with the
Tampa-based firm conducted an
economic analysis for the
proposed $700 million project.
According to the analysis, the
development would generate
approximately $9.6 million in total
annual property taxes.
Once completed, the project
is expected to generate
approximately 1,187 new jobs,
resulting in an annual payroll of
some $29.6 million. If that were to
occur, Magnolia Bay Marina and
Resort would be the largest
employer in the county.
The analysis also projects that
by the fourth year following its
completion, the project would be
stabilized and would begin to
generate some $92 million in
taxable revenue, "resulting in a
projected $460,333 worth of sales
tax returned to the county by the
According to the county's
planning department, no date has
yet been set for a public hearing on
the application before the Taylor
County Planning Board.
The Taylor County Commission
will hold a public hearing Tuesday
night to determine whether or not
the county will abandon a portion
of the right-of-way of Dekle Beach
Road to the development, which is
the adjacent landowner.
The commission denied a
similar request from the

development in November. That
meeting drew some 16 area
residents who spoke for and
against abandoning the right-of-
Tuesday's hearing is scheduled
to begin at 6:20 p.m. during the
commission's regular board
meeting at the County Courthouse
According to Attorney Trey
Howard, who represents the
development, the new request is
for a different section of the road
than the one in November, but like
the previous petition, it will not

close the road itself, only a portion
of the right-of-way adjacent to it.
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page expressed reservations in
January about allowing a second
hearing, but the commission voted
3-2 to allow the hearing to move
"We're hopeful the county
commission will approve our
request," Howard said Thursday.
"This will be a huge economic
boost to our economy.
"In Taylor County, we have very
limited land that can be developed
because so much of our coastline is

owned by the state.
"This is a chance for Taylor
County to have something better
than anyone else in the state. It's
our time to shine," Howard added.
The development has become a
hot-button issue since it wasfirst
announced, with a number of
coastal residents and
environmental groups attacking
plans to dredge a channel through
the Big Bend Seagrasses Aquatic
Preserve, which they say will
cause irreversible damage to the
coastal ecosystem.
According to a development

-. iv vivo

agreement the commission reached
with the developers in October, the
development will deed over the
proposed boat ramp and public
parking to the county.
In January, the. Perry/Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors unanimously
approved a resolution supporting
the development. One week later,
the Taylor County Coastal
Committee presented a position
paper to the county commission in
favor of the project because of the
potential for a new public boat
ramp with deep-water access.

Total Value
Annual property
0 -$9,671,113
New jobs

Annual Payroll
4 Taxable Revenue

Sales Tax

From Urban Realty
Solutions' economic
analysis of Magnolia Bay
Marina and Resort

Police issue money order 'fraud alert'

Police are warning residents,
again, of a popular scam going on
which. "many people in this and
other communities are falling for."
Last week, Perry Police
Department Ptl. Lindsey Shaw was
called to Capital City Bank in
reference to fraud. When she
arrived, Shaw found 'out that a
customer had "come to the bank to

- deposit 10 money orders from the
United States Postal Service.f
"The teller deposited a portion of
the money, and then returned
$6,474.50 in cash to the customer.
Later, the teller called a
verification number to confirm that
the money orders were legitimate.
Based on information received
from an automated system and an

associate, the money orders were
believed to be counterfeit.
"When the customer was
interviewed,, she said that she
applied for a job on the internet
and started working for them a few
weeks ago. She said that she
receives money orders through the
mail and then cashes them through
her bank. She then wires the

money, minus a 10% fee, to a
location she receives through a e-
mail letter.
"The customer/victim said she
did not know the money orders
were counterfeit and agreed to
make payments back to the bank,"
Shaw added.
The customer received an e-mail
from a man claiming to be James

Burton--a representative of
Chelsea Textiles in London. He
offered the Perry woman, "a
chance to earn $2,000 to $6,000
per month, with no start-up costs
and no investment. And you can do
it by working as little as three
hours a week.
",** Please see page 2

Gilmore remembered

as 'cherished friend'

Mayer Emily Ketring, center, is sponsoring a hole for the Scramble Golf Tournament that is
being held Friday, Feb. 23. She is shown with members of the local Torch Run Law
Enforcement Committee (left to right): TCSO employees Renee Wright, Terri Young and
Dannielle Ellison (kneeling), Sheriff L.E. "Bummy" Williams, FWC Officer Andy Bickel, DOC
Officer Mike Brown and TCSO employee Toni Page. Not pictured is TCSO Investigator Donna
Lee, TCSO Sergeant Buddy Lee, FHP Officer Brian Lundy and Fire Marshall Investigator Karl

Fund-raisers 'fuel' Torch Run

Local law enforcement officers
are kicking off their annual fund-
raising drive to benefit Special
Olympics with a Golf Scramble
Tournament Friday, Feb. 23, at the
Perry Golf & Country Club.
Registration is $100 per four-
man team. The tournament will
start at 8 a.m. Hole sponsorships

are available for $100 each.
Other planned fund-raisers
include an ATV Benefit Ride at
Hickory Mound Saturday, March
3, and a soccer match (date to be
The annual Torch Run will be
held Thursday, April 12, followed
by a cook-out.

The run will begin at the Taylor
County Courthouse at 10 a.m. The
luncheon starts at noon in the
Winn-Dixie parking lot and
continues until 6 p.m.
Torch Run t-shirts and hats
supporting the event are available
,-" Please see page 3

"A friend is one who strengthens
you with prayers, blesses you with
love and encourages you with
Taylor County lost one of its
dearest friends last week with the
death of Frances Gilmore.
Known to many simply as
"Mama Frances," Gilmore touched
countless lives through acts of
kindness and goodness that will
long -be remembered.
Gilmore took great joy in
helping people and that abiding
affection was returned a hundred
fold, as evidenced by the
outpouring of love and support
shown her in the days and weeks
leading up to her 100th birthday in
"Frances was the first person to
come see me when I moved to
Perry 45 years ago. She was a
gracious lady in every respect,"
Coreane McDaniel said.
"She was a true Christian. She
put Christ first and after Him, her
family. She was the kind of
Christian who didn't mind talking
to people about their lives--and
would point out a better way of life
if there was a need.
"If you've seen her yard, then
you know what I mean when I say
that's what she was like...neat and

trim," McDaniel said.
Gale Dickert grew up next door
to Gilmore in the 40s and 50s, and
that closeness fostered a lifelong
"She was more than a friend, she
was family. Her home was our
home. With great strength of
character, courage and wisdom,
she was a teacher and a wonderful -
role model for. all who knew her.
"-* Please see-page 3
AME-NE-F "-AN...IMmmm

Frances Gilmore

Enchanted Evening p. B-2


Perry News-Herald
Two sections 118th Year, No. 7

Living ............... A-4
Sports ............... A-6
Religion .......... . .A-7
Community ........... .B-1

Entertainment ......... B-2
TV listings ............ B-3
Looking Back ......... B-4
Classified ......... . .B-6


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A-2 Perry News-Herald February 16-17, 2007



'Viva la Cure' hosts
pancake supper
The community is invited to the
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
sponsored by the St. James Relay
for Life team, "Viva la Cure."
The event will be held in the Parish
Hall at St. James (1100 West Green
Street), Tuesday, Feb. 20,, from 5-7
The cost is $5 for adults and $3 for
children. All proceeds benefit Relay
for Life.

Friends welcome the
reseacher team
The next meeting of the Friends of
the Taylor County Public Library will
be held Monday, Feb. 26, from 5:30-
6:30 p.m., in the library conference
Featured speakers will be Jessie
and Delma Paulk, co-authors and
researchers of family histories.
Jessie Paulk was born in Sylvester,
Worth County, Ga., and raised in
Albany. His wife, Delma, is a sixth
generation Taylor Countian.
Their books include: "Marriages of
Taylor County--First 100 Years,"
"Survey of Taylor County Cemeteries"
and "Alexander Ezell, Florida
A representative of the Taylor
County Historical Society will be at
the program' with books on local
history available for purchase.

Boyd sends
A member of Congressman Allen
Boyd's staff will be visiting the Taylor
Beaches on the third Tuesday of
every month so the people of Taylor
County have the opportunity to
personally discuss .issues concerning
Boyd's staff is trained to assist
constituents with a variety of issues
relating to various federal agencies.
The next scheduled visit is
,Tuesday, Feb. 20, from 9:30-11 a.m.,
at the Taylor Coastal Water and
Sewer Building (18820 Beach Road).

School board to discuss
The Taylor County School Board
will hold a workshop just prior to the
regularly scheduled meeting on
Tuesday, Feb. 20. The workshop will
begin at 6 p.m. and the board
meeting will follow at 7 p.m. The topic
of the workshop will be "athletics."

12 people fall

prey to scam i

Continued from page 1

"We want to offer you a job,
simple and profitable enough. We
can guarantee you that you'll earn
not less than $600, even during the
first week. Work will consist of
receiving of the payments from our
clients in the USA and Canada.
Unfortunately, we can't open the
bank accounts in all the countries
we work with and because of that,
we seek a representative in the
USA and Canada.
"All you need to do is receive
payments from our customers on
behalf of our company in the
United States, get them cashed at
your bank, then deduct your
weekly pay and forward, the
balance to us via Western Union or
Money Gram transfers.
"We would have told our clients
to send the money directly to us,
via Western Union, but they often
bring up complaints about wire
fees and extra expenses and we
don't wish to give them the idea
that we are ripping them off."
Perry Police Chief Vemn Clark
said over a dozen people in Taylor
County have fallen prey to this,
"One of the bad things about this
type of scam, is that the' victim
receives a counterfeit money order
or check, cashes it, and sends the
scammer legitimate money back,"
he said.
"Most of the time, the bad
people are operating outside of the
United States, so there is little to
nothing that we can do about it.
You have to use common sense in
these things. You have to think,
'Okay, why would a legitimate
company send me money orders

for .several thousands of dollars,
wanting me to cash them and get
another money order and send it
back to them.'
"It just doesn't make sense.
These people are vultures, preying
on the unsuspecting. That's the key
word. Suspect. You need to be
suspicious of deals that sound
like an easy, quick way to make
"The old saying, 'if it sounds too
good to be true, it probably is,' is
not just a saying, it's the truth. No
legitimate person or company is
If you suspect a
scam, call law
PPD: 584-5121
TCSO: 584-4225
going to ask you to cash a money
order, keep a percentage and send
them the balance through specific
wire companies such as Western
Union, which guarantees their
"So, the crooks send you
worthless money orders, you cash
them, send them new, legitimate
money orders, find out later the
first ones were worthless and you
have to pay back the bank or face
criminal charges.
"You have to use. common sense
in these matters. I know the
thought of making quick, easy
money is alluring, but the end
result is never in your favor," he
Clark urges anyone who comes
across this scam or others, to
please call PPD at 584-5121 or the
Taylor County Sheriffs Office at
584-4225, Dispatch may be
reached at 584-4333.

Continued from page 1

Anyone wishing to assist the
family may contribute checks care
of Trinity Funeral Home.
.Donations may be left at the
offices of Dennis Locksmith. An

account for the family has
also been established a Wachovia
The fatal rollover crash occurred
on Puckett Road; Holmes was
a passenger in the
1995 Thunderbird driven by



"Our heartfelt thanks go out to Richard and Kathy Zeigler"

The new owners of Zeigler's Florist, David and Rachel Maddox, would
like to express our gratitude to Richard and Kathy Zeigler for their
mentorship and valuable help during the business transition. We value
their guidance and look forward to our continued association for many
years to come.

We wish to reassure our, customers that Zeigler's Florist will continue to
provide the same excellent customer service, professional floral designs
and consultation services for weddings, parties, special events and memorial

Our professional design staff is made up of floral designers who excel in
their profession and have worked for Zeigler's Florist for many years.

. Ms. Carol Lyles has 28 years, experience in all forms 'of floral design.
* Ms. Susan Hathcock has 26 years experience in all forms of floral design.
* Ms. Rosemary Counce is the silk and floral design artist for Zeigler's Florist.

We look forward to serving our community and meeting our customers

May God Bless and keep our Taylor County community and its families.

Zeigler's Florist
David and Rachel Ma
(850) 584-3921 officec
(800) 972-3582 (toll
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Thank Youl .
The proud grandmother (Dell Flowers)
of Bralyn Elizabeth Flowers I
N would like to thank the community
for your prayers and loving support .M I"
during our difficult time. F_
SOur prayers have been answered.
Baby Bralyn is doing great and we
anxiously await her arrival home. 4
SWe love you Bralyn, Beth & Marti
Nanny, Pa, Aunt Brandi, Uncle John, Aunt
SMandi, Uncle Bubba, and cousins Austin,
Savanah. Thomas and Madelyn Flowers
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A-3 Perry News-Herald February 16-17, 2007

Charter member of Garden Club

Gilmore named 'Lady of the Year' in 1998

Continued from page 1
She taught us how to face life's
challenges with great grace, never
once complaining, always with a
smile," Dickert said.
A charter member of the Perry
Garden Club, which originated in
Foley, Gilmore made great efforts
to remain a contributing part of the
"When her husband became ill,
Frances wanted to quit the garden
club because she felt like she
couldn't be involved enough with
it. However, her daughter and I
talked her out of it, and that's when
we suggested she volunteer with
the telephone committee,"
McDaniel said.
The telephone became Gilmore's
enduring link with not only garden
club members, but also a host of
family and friends.
"When my husband died 10

years ago, Frances started calling
me o'n a daily basis to check on me,
and we spoke on the phone every
day since," McDaniel said.
"Frances lived alone and was
completely independent until after
her 100th birthday. She was strong
and active, still puttering around
the garden, fixing food for others
and enjoying church and the
garden club until just a few months
before her death. She will be
missed by all who loved her,"
Dickert said.
Gilmore first came to Perry
when her husband, Joe, transferred
here with the railroad. From the
early 1950s to the mid-1960s, she
worked at Bassett's Dairy as a
public relations representative.
"She called on new people
moving into town and tried to get
them as customers, because at that
time we offered a home delivery
service. Every Monday, she
would go out and collect

Passes available Feb. 26

Continued from page 1
second party the owner will need
to pick tip passes personally or
send verifiable documentation
with the renter, Hoover said.
Two re-entry passes will be
issued per owner and may be
picked up beginning Monday, Feb.
26; from 8-11:30 a.m. and
1:30-4:30 p.m.
"If you're unsure if your
residence or business falls under
this guideline or if you have any
questions or concerns please

contact Emergency Management
at 838-3575," Hoover said.
The Taylor County Commission
unanimously approved the
plan to issue the decals in October
in an attempt to help law
enforcement officers control traffic
-flow following an emergency as
well as to curb looting and
sightseers in affected
The last time a mandatory
evacuation was ordered for the
Taylor County coast was in June in
advance of Tropical Storm

on the accounts," Jake Bassett
"I met her in 1957 when I first
came to Perry. In fact, she rented a
house for me to move into three
months before I got here. Rental
houses were in short supply during
that time because they were
building the second mill at
Buckeye. But she knew I was
getting out of the service and was
coming to work for the dairy, so
she made sure I had a house to
come to," he said. "She was a very
loyal friend to us and we were
loyal to her. She was a simple
person who lived a simple life. A
devout Christian who loved
her friends and always faithful
to them. A beautiful Christian
"She was also very devoted to
her husband. He was sick for about
18 years and she stayed right by his
side and took care of him," Bassett
Gilmore was a friend to the
entire Bassett family, and was
there when Bassett's son, Jim,
needed a hiding place for his car on
his wedding day.
"She hid my car in her garage so
my friends wouldn't find it and
decorate it after the wedding," Jim
Every Christmas, up until her
99th birthday, Gilmore would
make a special batch of holiday
fudge to share with her loved ones.
"This year was the first time in
49 years we didn't get her fudge for
Christmas. It was the best fudge

you've ever had," Jim said.
Gilmore was a longtime member
of First Baptist Church and was
named Beta Sigma Phi's "Lady of
the Year" in 1998.
Blessed with an abundance of
years, Gilmore, her brother Foyl
and her sister Hazel were also part
of a longevity study conducted by

Harvard University. Hazel died at
age 98; Foyl, almost 102.
Dickert, who along with her
sister, Diane, eulogized Gilmore
during funeral services held
Monday, summed up her life with
one simple statement, "I was
blessed to have had Frances as a'


Check out the

The bookmobile is back on
the road!
Steinhatchee residents are
invited to check out the library-
on-wheels Wednesday, Feb. 21,
at 10 a.m.
The bookmobile will be
parked at the Steinhatchee
Community Center. For more
information, contact the library
at 838-3512.

Help seniors

in your community!

* Answer Medicare Questions and Resolve Problems
* Make Informed Choices About Their Health Insurance
* Save Money on Their Prescription Medications
* Inform Them of Programs for Which They May be Eligible


Multiple agencies join

forces for Torch Run

Continued from. ,-
atthe sheriffs office, located in the
c urthouse.
Each year more than 3,000, law
enforcement officers join Special
O0ympics athletes to carry the
toirch on a 2,000-mile relay
th ough more than 60 counties in
Florida. Funds are generated
tl ough contributions from
individuals and businesses along

the way and the sale of the popular
Torch Run
t-shirns and hats. ,
Lava' enforcement officers from
some 300 Florida law enforcement
agencies including the Taylor.
County Sheriffs Office, Perry
Police Department, Taylor County
Department of Corrections,
Florida Highway Patrol, Florida
Wildlife Commission, Department
of Transportation and the State
Fire Marshall's Office all



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A-4 Perry News-Herald February 16-17, 200oo-

In Old St. Augustine

McNeill, Sexton exc
Darby Tayler McNeill and Christopher Scott Sexton exchanged wedding Attapulgus, Ga. (:
vows on Dec. 31, 2006, in Old St. Augustine. The wedding was in the The groom is t
gardens of the Lightner Museum at the Amore' Wedding Chapel. grandson of Joani
The bride is the daughter of Thomas and Terri McNeill of Monticello After a honey
(formerly of Perry) and granddaughter of Betty and Harry Brown of Tallahassee.

e vows

formerly of Perry), and Toppy Vann of Greensboro, Ga.
he son of Brenda and Mike Sexton of Ruskin, and the
ne Mise of Tallahassee and the late Elmer Mise.
noon to the Western Carribbean the couple will reside in

Vazquez, Roberts to wed in June

Dr. and Mrs. Paul Vazquez of Largo announce the engagement of their Roberts, Mrs. Martha Young of Perry, and the late John Pasco Young.
daughter, Andrea, to Joseph Richard Roberts IV, the son of Mr. and Mrs. The bride-elect will graduate from the University of Florida in May with
Jody Roberts of Perry. a degree in elementary education. The groom-elect received his degree in
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Nivia Vazquez of Miami, civil engineering from the University of Florida in 2006. He is presently
the late Pablo Vazquez, Mrs. Doris Corns of Duncan Falls, Ohio, and the employed with Hamlet Construction in Ocala.
late Calvin Corns. The couple will exchange vows on June 30, 2007, in Largo, at the home
The prospective groom is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe of the bride-elect's parents. Formal invitations will be issued.

Step by step... with 12

candidates for Jr. Miss

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Scott Sexton

Wedding reminder

Krishtt'ils Mle's arid Matthew Brown remind friends and relatives of
their wedding Saturday, Feb. 24, at 5:30 p.m. in the First Presbyterian
Church with a reception following in the fellowship hall.

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Over 20 Years Experience

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Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-12
Evenings by Appt.

When the 12 candidates for the
Florida Jr. Miss program arrive in
Perry on Saturday, Feb. 24, that
frantic "pageant pace" kicks
off...and carries them through the
Espresso Yourself will host the
candidates for breakfast early that
morning, with each heading to her
"home away from home" with
local host families. Beta Sigma
Phi sorority will provide lunch for
the girls that day at 12 noon, and
practice gets underway at 1 p.m.,
continuing until 5. Goodman's
Barbecue is responsible for
Saturday evening's dinner.
On Sunday, the candidates have
the morning "off" for time with
their families and lunch, but

practice consumes the afternoon
and dinner will be served at
Rosehead Junction.
On Monday, lunch will be
compliments of Johnson's
Bakery. Both the morning and the
afternoon hours are filled with
practices. A "Getting To Know
You" social will be held at the
M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse that
Tuesday brings more practice at
8 a.m. followed by lunch with the
Rotary Club. After an afternoon
of practice, the VIP dinner that
evening will be sponsored by
Mama's Italian Restaurant.
Wednesday gives the candidates
a break in the schedule, with a
community tour in the morning and

a Picnic Lunch at the Park
sponsored by the Chamber of
Commerce. "We hope everyone
will gather at the park for hot dogs
and hamburgers, and an
opportunity to meet these young
ladies," said Rick Olcott, chair of
the state program. The afternoon
brings the "Best Self Presentation,"
group pictures on the beach,.
recording sessions for "thank you
messages" and dinner at Fiddler's
Restaurant in Steinhatchee. A
movie night and pajama party
On Thursday, practice resumes
at 10 a.m. with lunch from the
Perry Woman's Club. Afternoon
practice runs into the dress
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Saturday is the day! The judges'
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of walks as part of the Taylor County Health Department's "Step Up, Florida." The program is
an annual statewide initiative promoting physical activity and healthy lifestyles to Floridians
of all ages and abilities. The participants exercised with 30-minute walks beginning in the
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Katherine and Krista Akra have
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game this weekend."
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who has been dancing since age
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Florida and then became a rookie
for the NBA Heat Dance Team this
year. "So she, too, will travel to
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Perry, will be tuned in to the
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A-6 Perry News-Herald February 16-17, 2007

TCHS drops opener

OI__ 0-7 to Santa Fe High

A great day for fishing

One More Cast Guide Service
This week's report will be a
short piece about a day with the
Woods 'N Water Fishing team on
board the Team Triplefish 29 foot
Well, first the participants:
Captain of the boat, as usual,
Billy Pillbw and I started to ready
the boat Wednesday, this time we
were working on the windlass
(electric anchor puller), on his
Triton only to discover that an
energetic friend of Billy's, who had
thought to be helping, had over
zealously encouraged the failing
windlass with a claw hammer
rendering what possibility it had
working...well useless. So after
three hours of dismantling, filing
down burrs and raw edges
reassembling, and dismantling
again we finally decided we would
be pulling the anchor by hand
Thursday: 3 p.m. new parts for
the windlass come in Next-Day
delivery and we dismantle the
windlass (oh did I mention we had
changed anchors and chain just to
make it easier to pull by
hand)...again...this time with
success and after changing the
anchor and chain back again we
were in business.
Back to the
participants....several calls later it
is determined that the Ga.
boys...otherwise known in certain
circles as Beanblossom and
Barbee...are ready, willing and able
to make it down to go offshore
Friday...except their rods and reels
(which stay at my house) are in
need of new TripleFish line 40 lb.
on the two snapper outfits and 60
TripleFish Perlon on the grouper
' outfits. No problem...1 will just
do that after I tie up a few dozen
leaders. First 12 fluorocarbon
(TripleFish) 40 l'b. with
Gamagatzu octopus 5/0 for mango
snapper, and then 12, 12/0 39977
Mustad EZ baiter hooks tied on
100 lb. pink TripleFish Perlon,
for grouper, then some bait hooks
say 12 leaders of 20 # TF fluoro.
with Eagle Claw # 84 1/0's 1for
catching porgies, squirrelfish and
black sea bass for live bait with
After securing all the tackle, I
got to bed around 1 a.m. that

Hardees at 6:45 then ice down
bait and drinks, and the fishbox on
the Triton and get to the beach at
8 a.m. We left the 47 ft. depths
and bait fishing with a live well
full of squirrelfish 50-60 and
maybe 5 porgies and six large
black sea bass.
We ran out to 87 feet in less
than two hours with a slight
ground swell, a foot or so chop,
and started our day by catching and
releasing two red snapper 3-4
pounds then put four gags in the
boat in quick order.. Cut up goggle
eyes and live squirrelies were the
best bait early.
The boat slid off to the side and
held 40-45 ft off our intended spot,
typical for the first anchoring.
The light outfits 40 pound
Triple Fish Perlon were taking
almost all of the fish. Billy
managed a couple of gags on the
heavier stuff, after Ben took a nice
gag early on his heavier rig. He
then changed to his 40 and
brought in a nice two pound black
(mangrove), snapper. Cal and I
stayed with the snapper rods and I
was rewarded with a nice black
snapper (mangrove snapper) of 6-7
pounds and before we moved we
had four blacks in the boat and had
eight gags and two scamp. Half a
Northern mackerel or a half a
Goggleye continued to outshine
the live bait.
We left that spot and moved
four or five miles out further and
hit a spot which yielded several
gags, a red grouper and one more
scamp but no more mangos. We
tossed back four more red snapper.
Grouper wanted live stuff here dead
was ..well dead to all but the reds
which were dead to us...out of
We decided to move back, to a,
number over 12 miles in, annJ
drifted up three more red snapper
for release and three keeper gags.
Squirrelfish took the gags.
Our final tally 14 gags (to 13
pounds) one red grouper, four
black snapper and three scamp.
And the windlass...flawless...
We ran in 4200 rpms all the
way in, about 35 miles per hour
and Cal and Ben slept on the
beanbags all the way in, never had
a bump or a one ft. wave.
A perfect day on the water!

Taylor loses to Chiefland

The Taylor County High girls
softball team lost a hard fault
game Tuesday night in extra
innings 6-2 against Chiefland.
Tiffany Ragans pitched 9
innings facing 38 batters giving
up only 4 .hits, 6 runs, walking
only 1, striking out 9 and 2 were
hit by pitch. The Lady Bulldogs
got on the board first with a walk
from Jennifer Hunter, a double
from Tiffany Ragans and Korie
Wilson executed a hit and run to
score Hunter.
Taylor's other run came in the
6th when Hunter reached on an

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error and Ragans doubled again to
* drive in the tying run.
Taylor;Cbunty' held Chiefland
scoreless, ntil 'the 9th inning
when the Indians 'scored 4 runs.
Taylor County was unable to get
anyone on base hi the bottom of
the 9th.
Korie Wilson Jed at the plate
going 2 for 3 followed by Ragans
2-4 (2 doubles).

Nine innings
The Taylor County High School girls varsity softball team
fell to Chiefland in nine innings Tuesday night, in what
coaches called a "hard fought game."

Taylor County High

February 5 H- Dixie 5-7:00
Feb. 13 H- Chiefland 5-7:00
Feb.15 @ Aucilla JV & V @ 4:00
Feb.20 @ Suwannee 5-7:00
Feb.22 H-Jefferson V only 4:30
Feb.27 @Florida High 5-7:00
March 1 @ Hamilton 5-7:00
Mar.6 @ Chiefland 5-7:00
Mar.8 @ Madison 5-7:00
Mar. 13 @ Jefferson V only 4:00
Mar.15 H- Hamilton 5-7:00
Mar. 16 H- Aucilla 5-7:00
Mar. 26 H- Mayo 5-7:00
Mar. 29 H- Florida High 5-7:00
April 4 H- John Paul V only 6:00
April 5 H- Madison 5-7:00
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The Taylor County High
- School Baseball Bulldogs lost
their season opener 0-7 to Santa
Fe on Tuesday, Feb. 13, at Pace
Josiah Anderson (0-1) took the
loss on the mound, but had to be
replaced early because of a
hamstring injury. "This same
injury hampered Josiah last year,"
said Coach Kelly Armstrong. "He
is a senior, our lead-off hitter, and
very important to our team. His
injury really put the team in a
melancholy mood, but we know
Josiah is going to work hard at
getting back as soon as he can."
Derek Miller and Brandon Mock
pitched 4 innings of relief after
Anderson left the game. The two
left-handers scattered 3 hits over 5
"All seven of Santa Fe's runs

were unearned," said Armstrong.
"This made it an especially tough
loss for us. Our guys are young
and it took a game like this to
help us grow up. In high school
baseball if you don't throw strikes,
but you make errors in the field
and mental mistakes, you will not
Armstrong gave credit to hitters
Will Hall (1-3) and Zach Knowles
(1-3, 2B) while tipping his hat to
senior center-fielder Gerald Walker
for an "outstanding, diving catch
on a deep line drive in the sixth."
"We look to rebound this
Saturday against our rival
Suwannee," Armstrong
maintained, rallying the Bulldogs.'
"We should use this game against
Santa Fe as a learning tool that
will make us better, and that's
what I hope we do."

Taylor beats Madison

The Taylor County Middle
School baseball team opened the
season with a win over Madison
Central on Tuesday by the score of
9-4. William Wentworth threw a
complete game allowing only 4
hits while striking out 9 Madison
Central batters.

Caleb Rhodes led the Bulldogs
at the plate going 3-3 and scoring
2 runs. Lamar Hathcock was 2-2
with a triple and a single and also
scored 2 runs. Other hitters for the
'Dogs were Morgan Pelt 1-2, Chad

Hill 1-2, Beau Rodgers 1-2,
Hunter Barfield 1-2 with a double
and Jesse Braswell 1-2.
"Overall, I felt like we played a
very solid game considering it was
the first game of the year," TCMS
Coach Reggie Wentworth said.
The coach said he was also
proud of his team's defensive play.
"We had a couple of players that
had to sit out the first game
because of a violation of team
rules. When we get those guys
back we will be very solid in
every area," he said.

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Ash Wednesday is Feb. 21
Ash Wednesday services will be held at Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church on Feb. 21 with mass at 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. The
blessing and distribution of the ashes will be performed at both masses.
The community is invited.
The weekly mass schedule for the church is: Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, 5:30 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 9 p.m.
Lighthouse Girls' Choir performs Saturday
The Perry Church of God on Highway 221 North will hold a special sing

Celebration a 'grand occasion'

"A Friend is a Gift of God"
Among the great and glorious
gifts our Heavenly Father sends, is
the gift of understanding that we
find in loving friends.
For somehow in the generous
heart of loving faithful friends, the
good God in his charity and
wisdom always sends, a sense of
understanding and the power of
perception and mixes these fine
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or a friendly hand to touch, and
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understanding mind.
It was a grand occasion for
everyone that attended the 22nd
Annual Black History Celebration
held Sunday, Feb. 11, at 3 p.m. at
New Mt. Zion M.B. Church where
the Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr. is
pastor. The Rev. Billy Baskin was
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on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. featuring the Mark Trammell Trio and the
Children's Lighthouse Girls' Choir. Everyone is invited to attend.
Plan to be hungry Saturday
New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church will sell dinners Saturday,
Feb. 17, featuring fried or baked chicken, yellow or white rice, potato
salad or macaroni-and-cheese, collard greens or acre peas, oxtails with
rice, turkey wings, cake, cornbread and tea. A $7 donation is requested
except for oxtail dinners which will be $8.
'Family & Friends Day' celebrated Sunday
Little St. John Missionary Baptist Church will hold its first Family and
Friends Day on Sunday, Feb. 18, at 3 p.m.
The speaker of the hour is the Rev. Knight, pastor of New Bethel
Missionary Baptist.
Missionary Anniversary celebrated
Deaconess Alberta Eagle, a member of Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church, will be guest speaker for the United Missionary Ministry
Anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 18, at 3 p.m. at New Brooklyn Missionary
Baptist Church.
Joan Brooks, president, and the Rev. D.L. McBride, pastor, invite
everyone to "come celebrate with us."

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Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.. iudy/P er Meeting
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The New Beginning Church of God
would like to invite everyone to come out and enjoy
two live plays that will be performed by the
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When: Saturday, February 17
Where: New Beginning Church of God
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Giving thanks
Perry Rotary Club continues to send care packages overseas to the 2nd Lt. Stephen Smith's
platoon currently stationed in Iraq. The Perry Rotary Club recently presented business
owners Mark Southerland (left) and Don Wiggins (right) with cards of appreciation and
framed photographs of the platoon for their donations. With them are Rotarians Greg Parker
and Mike Smith, Stephen's father. Southerland donated a large number comic books (which
several of the soldiers had requested) and Wiggins donated money. .

Hazel P. Veal
Mrs. Hazel P. Veal, 89, a
longtime resident of Perry, died
Feb. 14, 2007, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Veal was born in Ocilla,
Ga., and moved to Perry in 1952.
She was a member of the Perry
Garden Club and the Business &
Professional Woman's Club, where
she served as a former president
and "Woman of the Year." She was
a member of the First Baptist
Church and was active in church
Her husband of 64 years, Jack
Veal, predeceased her.
Survivors include: one son, Ray
Veal and wife Gail, of Perry; one
daughter, Amelia Zeigler Paulk of
Ocilla; five grandchildren, Mark

Zeigler of Tallahassee, Dana
Zeigler Clemons of Spanish Fort,
Ala., Garrett Veal of Perry, Abby
Veal Fosgate of Orlando and Lydia
Veal of Orlando; and three great
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Feb. 17, at 11 a.m. at Joe
P. Bums Funeral Home with Eddie
Blalock officiating and Mark
Ziegler delivering the family
eulogy. Interment will follow at
Pineview Memorial Gardens.
Family members will receive
friends today, Feb. 16, from 6-8
p.m. at Burns Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, those who
wish may make a donation to Big
Bend Hospice, 1723 Mahan Center
Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32308.
Burns Funeral Home is in charge
of the arrangements.

Union members

are reminded to

pay all dues now

Continued from page 7
the speaker. He spoke from his
theme, "Pass it on." Attendance
was good.
All Union pallbearers, members
of P.B. district union #1, members
of P.B. Lodges No. 3, 6, 7, 10, 11
and 15, see your secretary and get
all dues and debt claims paid
before the union which will be
held Saturday, Feb. 24, at Lodge
No. 8, New Salem Church in

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If you didn't get flowers for
Valentine's Day, you can treat
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The trees are given to each
person who joins the National
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Fishing closed

for grouper in

federal waters

Recreational harvest of red,
black and gag grouper in Gulf of
Mexico federal waters is
prohibited Feb. 15 March 15.
Federal waters begin nine nautical
miles offshore of Florida in the
Anglers may continue to take
legal bag limits of red, black and
gag grouper in state waters, within
nine nautical miles of shore,
according to the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation

Ms. Edna
Benton has
suffered a
stroke that .
caused her
to be put in
the hospital. During this time,
she was evicted from her
apartment. The family of this
wonderful woman is asking for
donations to have a
handicapped accessible room
built on to her daughter's
home. An account has been
set up at Wachovia in her
name. Donations of building
supplies (lumber, tin, etc.) is
also greatly appreciated. Feel
free to call Viddie Wallace
(850) 838-2053 or Felicia
Wallace (850) 223-3657.

"Redbuds will add lasting
beauty to homes across Florida,"
said John Rosenow, Arbor Day
Foundation president. "They offer
clusters of rosy pink flowers in
spring, dark green summer leaves
turning to yellow in the fall, and a
spreading, graceful form
throughout the year. They'll also
add to the proud heritage of
Florida's 120 Tree City USA
communities," he said.
To become a member and
receive the free trees, send a $10
contribution to Ten Free Redbud
Trees, National Arbor Day
Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave.,

Nebraska City, NE 68410, by Feb.
28, or join online at
In response, trees will be
shipped postpaid at the. right time
for planting, between March 1 and
May 31, with enclosed planting
instructions. The six to 12 inch
trees are guaranteed to grow, or
they will be replaced free of
Members also receive a
subscription to the foundation's
colorful bimonthly publication,
Arbor Day, and The Tree Book
with information about tree
planting and care.
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B-1 Perry News-Herald February 16-17, 2007

Get your Girl Scout cookies here...

It's Girl Scout cookie time and
Junior Troop #707 has
announced the following cookie
booth sales:
Saturday, Feb. 17: Mason's
Market in Steinhatchee, 11 a.m. to
Thursday, Feb. 22: Buckeye

Community Federal Credit Union, The final cookie sale will be
5-6 p.m. held Saturday, March 3, at Keen's
Friday, Feb. 23: Wal-Mart, 6-8 Portable Buildings from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 23: Winn-Dixie, In addition to the traditional
5-7 p.m. favorites, this year will see the
Friday, March 2: Winn-Dixie, debut of a new cookie, "Little
5-7 p.m. Brownies."

QuickBooks focus of Feb.



Livestock show opens Monday
Fifteen local 4-H youth will be exhibiting their livestock next week at the North Florida
Livestock Show & Sale in Madison. The exhibition kicks off Monday, Feb. 19, with the
4-H Swine Show at 6 p.m., followed by a livestock scramble Tuesday at 7 p.m., and the steer
show Wednesday at 6 p.m. It will conclude Thursday with an auction at 7 p.m. The show and
sale will be held at the Madison County Extension Livestock Pavilion. For more information,
contact the local extension office at 838-3508. Shown are some of the 4-H youth exhibitors
(I to r): Taylor Lilliott, Clara Lilliott, Haley Osteen, Brandon Osteen, Hayden Lilliott, Katelyn
Lynn and Graham Lynn.

Tour' Hotel Hampton Monday night

SPhotos and articles on the
historical Hotel Hampton will be
the subject of a presentation by
Peggy Hines Smith Monday, Feb.

19, at the Taylor County Historical
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
All members and the public are

encouraged to attend.
The historical society museum is
located on Main Street in
downtown Perry

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The Small Business
Development Center (SBDC) of
North Florida Community College
is offering an "Introduction to
Quickbooks" seminar on Tuesday
and Thursday, Feb. 27 and March 1
from 6-8:30 p.m.
Ed Bagley, SBDC coordinator,
will be the seminar instructor and
encourages those interested in
attending to register by Feb. 22.
The seminar is open to business
owners and members of the
"This is a basic introduction
seminar to QuickBooks," said
"Individuals starting their own
business--as well as current
businesses and any organization
with income and expenses--need
some kind of accounting software.
QuickBooks is the number one



accounting software used by small
businesses and organizations," he
The seminar will be held at
NFCC in the Business Education
Building (Bldg. #7), room 102.
Fees do apply.
For more information, contact
Bagley at (850) 973-1631 or email
The SBDC at NFCC provides
area residents with access to small
business counseling and
workshops, a resource library and

a computer learning station with
internet access.
In addition to seminars, business
owners can come to the center for
counseling, information and
educational programs geared
toward small businesses.
Appointments are recommended.
Upcoming seminars include
"Small Business Loans" on March
28, 6-8 p.m. and "Getting a Small
Business Started" April 25, 6-8
p.m. Early registration is

Republican women meet Monday
The newly formed Taylor Republican Women Network will meet
Monday, Feb. 19, beginning at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held in the
home of J. B. and Larry Cozine in Perry. All local Republican women
are invited to attend. For more information, please call J. B. Cozine at
584-8121 or e-mail A. J. Burch at

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Then God said, "Let the waters under the heavens be gathered into one place, and let dry land appear"; and it was so.
-Genesis 1:9 NKJV

The Taylor County Local Coordinating Board for the
Transportation Disadvantaged currently has a position
open for a Veteran to serve on the board.

This position will be a voting member of the board and will help provide
assistance to the board to meet transportation needs of local Veterans.
The board meets approximately four times a year.

If interested, please contact Melody Cox at 850-838-3500, ext. 113,
or Maxie Young at 850-838-3500, ext. 100.
Applications for the position will be accepted until March 9, 2007.


To all family members of Taylor County, on Dec. 30, 2006,
a tragic event fell upon one of our own.

Ms. Edna L. Benton, whom many of you know as a little lady with a passion for her family for fishing, for her
undying faith in Christ, and love for church: Ms. Benton has lived in Taylor County all her life and has always tried
to help others above herself. She is now in need of her fellow Taylor Countians' help. Ms. Benton suffered a stroke
on Dec. 30, but that was only the beginning of her test of faith. One week later, Ms. Benton suffered a more severe
stroke that has since caused partial paralysis to her right side. Ms. Benton,
with her neverending faith and her old-fashioned Taylor County toughness. is
doing much better While she remains with partial paralysis, she is in need of
your help During her hospital stay, only two days after her second stroke she
was evicted from her apartment She is now at Tallahasse Memorial Rehabili-
tation Center for stroke victims While doing belier, she may never be able to
live on her own again She has expressed how much she wants to come
home to Perry and live witn her daughter, however, in order for her wish to be
granted. she needs a room built with handicapped restroom facilities and is
wheelchair accessible We. the family of Edna Benton. ask for our neighbor's W".
help Continuing the therapy that she will need in order to get her back on the
riverbank fishing and in church on the front row on Sundays and living back at
home where she has always been. means that we need your help An account -. ..
has been set up at Wachovia in
,her name Any and all donations will be greatly appreciated May God bless i .
you all and may God see it through to have Edna L Benton home again
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htf I ere are any questions, please feel
Viddle Wallace at 850-838-2053 or Felicia Wallace at 850-223-3657



B-2 Perry News-Herald February 16-17, 2007

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'Hannibal Rising' reveals

the anatomy of a cannibal

You know that old car you have, the one you keep in
the garage or under a tarp behind your house. You rarely
drive it, but you keep it around because of the wonderful
memories it brings back to you every time you take a
seat behind the wheel.
One bright winter's day, you pull off the tarp, wash off
the dust, and hop into the driver's seat. You turn the key
and the engine sputters. For a moment you're worried
that your trip is over before it begins. You try the, key
again and this time the engine turns over and, while you
couldn't say it's purring, the car is running once more.
You put it into gear. The engine sputters again, but
doesn't stall, and after a backfire or two, you're out of the
driveway and onto the road. You keep the windows
down and as the wind blows through your hair, you
remember all the good times you had together.
Like that old car, "Hannibal Rising," which opened
last week to a ,.
lackluster box office
and a beating from
the critics, is a movie
that sputters at first,
but once it picks up
speed and gets to the
meat of the action
(pun intended), it's a
fun ride and a chance
to have one more
visit with an old
friend--or at least,
enemy. ,'V
Dr. Hannibal. .. - .
Lector, as portrayed
by Anthony Hopkins
in the Academy
Award-winning film "Silence of the Lambs," (not to
mention the sequel "Hannibal" and prequel "Red
Dragon") has remained entrenched into our collective
consciousness as one of the most fascinating, and
ruthless, people to ever grace the silver screen.
" Like the old car. I brought--many good memories into
the theater with me from Silence of the Lambs,' "Red
Dragon" and even the much-maligned "Hannibal." I was
worried, however, over whether the engine would even
start for this film without Hopkins, and I went in with
low expectations for "Hannibal Rising."
Despite its flaws, the film instead turned out to be a
pleasant surprise and filled an enjoyable two hours at the
movies. /
"Hannibal.Rising" gets off to arather poor start as we
are introduced to a young eight-year-old Hannibal
(Aaron Thomas) and his sister, Mischa, playing by a
pond in 1944 Lithuania. An explosion nearby sends the
pair running back to the nearby chateau and their'
parents, who are packing to escape the incoming
German army. Why had the parents let their children
wonder off alone, I wondered. Of course the answer is so
the movie could open up on a peaceful scene of children
playing by a pond.
The family narrowly escapes to a nearby hunting
lodge and soon we see the German soldiers and their
Lithuanian conscripts looting the chateau. The SS
officer in charge gleefully looks for Jews to kill ahd
sniffs the rest to make sure they're not gypsies. He offers
his local soldiers the opportunity to prove they are SS
material by killing the lone Jew they find among the
chateau's staff. It would have been easier for them if they
had just held placards saying, "We're the bad guys."
Meanwhile, things settle down at the lodge until
Russian soldiers arrive only to be killed, along with
Hannibal's parents, when they're shot by a German
plane. Of course, before long the SS wannabes show up
to loot the lodge and find the children, hoping they can

Sunday, March 11
Tallahassee Artist Series
The Borodin Quartet
Opperman Music Hall

Saturday, March 17
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
"Barber, Beethoven and Brahms"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
(850) 224-0461

Sunday, Marci 25
Big Bend Community Orchestra
"All Things Great and Small"
with John Ossi, trumpet
Godby High School Auditorium
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February 16-18, 21-25
FSU School of Theatre
"Sweeney Todd:
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"
The Fallon Theatre

use them for leverage if they are captured by either side
stealing. As hunger sets in, however, they find the
children may have another use.
Eight years later, Hannibal (Gaspard Ulliel) is mute
and plagued by nightmares about the fate of his sister,
the details of which he is unable to remember. He is still
living in his old chateau, but it has become a state-run
orphanage and he is just one of many children staying
there following the war. After a quick act of revenge on
a bullying classmate, he steals a stack of letters,
miraculously still in the exact same drawer he saw his
mother leave them in eight years before.
All this being said, everything thus far is in the first 20
minutes or so of the movie. Free from the orphanage,
Hannibal escapes from tHle Eastern Bloc and makes his
way to Paris and his aunt, Lady Murasaki Shikibu (Li
Gong). From there, the movie really takes off with
Hannibal learning
martial arts from
his aunt and going
to medical school,
n l where he makes
Slmoney by
preparing cadavers
for classes.
Once Hannibal
regains more of his
memories from his
n a stay at the hunting
lodge, he sets upon
a bloody path of
revenge against the
: soldiers involved.
While there are
still some
questions remaining about how the Hannibal of this film
becomes the serial killer seen in the later movies are left
unanswered, "Hannibal Rising" provides a suitable and
believable portrayal of his early years and descent into
violence and cannibalism.
Ulihel does a superb tob a.s thea teenage Hannibal,
showing his intelligence andcold; calculating nature
even if his personality is still developing in the first half
of the film. Hannibal is lost early on, with no one left to
call family except for his beautiful and exotic aunt. She
provides his balance but it isn't until he finds murder and
revenge that he seems to truly find peace. Ulliel is able
to bring to the screen all of these aspects of the character,
and while Hopkins will always be the definitive Lector,
the young newcomer has made his own mark on the
Hannibal's interactions with the war crimes inspector
(also trying to find the soldiers involved in his sister's
death) are particularly spell-binding at times and give a
glimpse of what is to come with his interactions with
law enforcement.
Aside from the critiques I already mentioned, the
script holds up well for novelist Thomas Harris' first
attempt at screen writing. Harris' novels have served as
a the basis for all four Hannibal films.
Don't go in expecting a crime thriller like "Silence of
the Lambs" or "Red Dragon," but "Hannibal Rising"
serves as an above average revenge film as well as a
character piece on the well-known cannibal. In this, it is,
an improvement over "Hannibal," which did not have a
lot to offer non-Lector fans.
SJust as people have asked you about why you've kept
that old car, many critics have asked if there was a need
to make this movie. A need? No. But when it's through,
"Hannibal Rising" is worth the price of admission and
gives a new perspective on one of the best known film
characters of all time.
In short, ride on.

' ays/Muilcails
March 2-11
Young Actors Theater
"The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion,
The Witch and Wardrobe"
(850) 386-6602

Tuesday, March 27
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"I Can't Stop Loving You"
Featuring the legendary
music of Ray Charles
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
, .popular MiuSIc
Sunday, feb. 18
Celtic Woman: 'A New Journey"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

Wednesday, 7eb. 21
Blue Man Group
"How to be a Megastar Tour 2.0"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

Wednesday, Feb. 28
Harlem Globetrotters
2007 Nothing Like It Tour
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
February 17-18
29th annual Olustee Battle Festival
featuring the 31st annual
Olustee Battle Reenactment
Lake City, downtown and
at Olustee Battle Park

March 15-17
2007 Spirit of Bluegrass Music Fest
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park

If you wouldYite your
event listed, contact us at
850-584-5513 or

The North Florida Community College Artist Series will showcase many favorites by Rodgers
and Hammerstein in the sparkling song and dance musical tribute, "Some Enchanted Evening,"
Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. at Van H. Priest Auditorium.

'Some Enc

Rodgers ar
Hum the first six or seven notes
of any Rodgers and Hammerstein
song and there's a good chance that
somebody nearby will burst into
song with the words and melody.
After all, songs like "I Whistle a
Happy Tune," "Edelweiss,"
"Surrey With The Fringe On Top,"
"Hello Young Lovers," "Climb
Ev'ry Mountain," "June Is Bustin'
Out All Over," "I Enjoy Being a
Girl," and, of course, "Some
Enchanted Evening" are classics
and part of popular culture.
The North Florida Community
College Artist Series will
showcase many of these favorites
by Rodgers and Hammerstein in
the sparkling song and Jjnce
musical tribute, "Some Enchanted
Evening," Tuesday, Feb. 21. :t 7
p.m. at Van H. Priest Auditor iun
Unlike other Rodger- and
Hammerstein revues, S:,ime
Enchanted Evening" is saneo ned
and approved by the estates o' tihe
legendary composers and licensed
for this national tour h, the
Rodgers and Hjmanrler r Thc:rr.
More than any other comnpi-_,,.cr
and lyricist, the songs of Rodger,
and Hammerstein have bec,. me n111
integral part of American cuiiure
People sing them in the shoi er.
dance to them in ballrooms each
them to their children, hear them
sung in clubs and on telki-.ion
shows, and--alas--in elevator, and
Collectively, the Rodger, and
Hammerstein musicals earned 35
Tony Awards, 15 Ac.idcnm-,
Awards, two Pulitzer Prizes. i.>-
Grammy Awards and two Emir,
Awards. In 1998, Rodgei ajnd
Hammerstein were cited b', Tinme
Magazine and CBS Ne", .1'i
among the 20 most influ0.nnal
artists of the 20th century and in,
1999 they were ioni. i.
commemorated on a U.S. pitagc
With Broadway blockbuster,
like "Oklahoma!," "South Paciflic
"The Sound of Music," "Cariucsel.
"Cinderella," "Flower Drum Song
and "The King and I" to their
credit, singers from Tony Bennett
to Bernadette Peters and Harry
Connick Jr. to Bart Simpson have
poached from the giant archive of
the Rodgers and Hammerstein
songbook for great songs to
"Some Enchanted Evening"
features five versatile 'musical
theatre performers in a glitzy

Norbit OCO.PONS (PG13)
oil 10 PASSES 95 min.
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Ghost Rider NoA o110min,
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Wild Hogs
Stomp the Yard
Epic Movie
For special showings call
Jim at (850) 371-0028
Sunday Matinee $4.00 All Seats
All other showings $5.00 All Seats
118 E. Park St. (behind Foodland) 223-6684

wanted Evening' casts

id Hammerstein spell

parade of genuine hits that
spotlight many of the legendary
moments of the world's best-loved
musicals by the undisputed kings
of Broadway. The show is set in an
enchanted garden with the.players
coming and going through each
others' lives in song and dance.
The production features "a
dreamy set and luscious
costumes," as well as five winning
performers who will fall in love
with each other and with the songs
and then share all of this love with
an audience.

The show is produced by
Springer Theatricals, the national
touring arm of the celebrated
Springer Opera House, the 135-
year-old National Historic
Landmark theatre in Columbus,
Ga. The theatre has one of the
nation's busiest touring schedules,
performing in more than 60
American cities.
Tickets for the show are $11 or
$6 for NFCC students and are on
sale now.
Call 850-973-1653 or e-mail

A month of festivities in Lake City celebrating the 143rd
anniversary of the Civil War Battle of Olustee culminates
this weekend with the 29th annual Olustee Battle Festival.
The Olustee Battlefield Park will be open Saturday from 9
a.m. until 6:15 p.m. and Sunday from 9 p.m. until 3 p.m. On ?
Saturday, events include a medical demonstration at 1 p.m., a
period music contest at 2:30 and a "mini-battle" at 3:30. On *
Sunday, the 31st annual Olustee Battle Reenactment will -
begin at 1:30 p.m. For a full list of events and more
information about the historic battle, visit

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Rolling along
The Wagon Wheel, located two miles south of Perry on U.S. 19, advertised good food and ice cream, hoping to lure customers
to its restaurant. This photo, courtesy of the Florida State Archives, was taken in the late 1940s.

A7I the past

February 17, 1972

Planning for the Florida Forest
Festival had jumped off to an
enthusiastic start with Oct. 13-14-
set as "F'etival Days."
According to Festival Chairman
Jim Moody, general plans for the
festival had been underway since
January under the guidance of a
steering committee.
Moody spoke optimistically
about the statewide celebration,
pointing out that a number of
major committee chairmen had
already been appointed.
Early planning had been based
on retaining and improving
traditional parts of the festival
while looking for new activities to
broaden interest for the general

.Cadet Carl W. Stanberry, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanberry of
Perry, was named to the Dean's
List at the U.S. Air Force
Cadet Stanberry, a member of
the class of '72, was. selected for
his outstanding academic
achievement. He was granted
special privileges and wore a silver

star, designating the honor
accorded him by the academy
He was also selected for the
position of logistics officer with
the rank of cadet captain.

,Mr. andMrs. .Karl H. Davis. of
Perry, announced the engagement
of their daughter, Carla Manona, to
James Hugh Lee, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James H. Lee, of Perry.
Miss Davis was a senior at
Taylor County High School and
Mr. Lee graduated in 1969 from
W. S. Neal High School in
Brewton, 'Ala. He was employed
by Winn-Dixie in Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mays Tate
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Angela, to Keith Blue,
son of Mr. Sam Blue and the late
Mrs. Blue.
Miss Tate was a senior at Taylor
County High School. Mr. Blue is a
graduate of Taylor County High
School and was to receive A.A.
degree from Abraham-Baldwin
College in Tifton, Ga.

Billy W. Slaughter
Marine Pvt. Billy W. Slaughter,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson T.
Slaughter of Perry, graduated
from basic training at the
Marine Corps Recruit Depot at,

Paris Island, S.C.

Buckeye Cellulose Corp.
entered into a contract with the
school board under which students
at the Area Vocational-Technical
School would cut two loads of logs
each week for the company. ,as a
part of their training program at the
The students were to cut about
1,700 tons of logs under the
contract's terms, it was announced
by Louis Griner, the school's

Mr. and Mrs. Horace M.
Bradshaw were honored with an
open house at the Florida Power
building, the occasion being the
observance of their 50th wedding
Hosts for the lovely affair were

their children, Mr.
Hyman, Mr. and
Bradshaw, and Mr.

and Mrs. Earl
Mrs. Marvin
and Mrs. J. W.

Gayle Lewis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Lewis, and James
Bethea, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson Bethea, received special
honors during 4-H Day
Ceremonies at the Florida State
Fair in Tampa.

Perry Elementary School
Principal C. T. Burgess was to
attend the National Convention of
Elementary Principals in Miami
Beach, under action taken by the
school board. *
The board approved the trip
*after it was informed that it would
not be paid for out of local

Presidents Day is a day set aside to honor all of the U.S. presidents.
We often think of two presidents, George Washington and Abraham
Lincoln, when we celebrate this holiday as it falls by design between their
birthdays. Many look at this day as a tribute to every person who has ever
served in the office as President of the United States of America.
Observed the third Monday each February.

I hope I shall possess
firmness and virtue enough
to maintain what I
consider the most enviable
of all titles, the character
of an honest man.
--George Washington

A morsel of genuine history
is a thing so rare as to be
always valuable.
--Thomas Jefferson

I believe there are more
instances of the
abridgment of the freedom
of the people by gradual
and silent encroachments
of those in power than by
violent and sudden
--James Madison

The best leader is the one
who has sense enough to
pick good men to do what
he wants done, and self-
restraint enough to keep
from meddling with them
while they do it.
--Theodore Roosevelt

Patriotism is easy to
understand in America--it
means looking out for
yourself by looking out for
your country.
--Calvin Coolidge

It is amazing what you
can accomplish if you do
not care who gets the
--Harry S. Truman

We are going to have peace
even if we have to fight for
--Dwight D. Eisenhower

Farming looks mighty easy
when your plow is a pencil
and you're a thousand
miles from the corn field.
--Dwight D. Eisenhower

If one morning I walked on
top of the water across the
Potomac River, the
headline that afternoon
would read: "President
Can't Swim."
--Lyndon B. Johnson

With the observance of Valentine Day this week I was
reminded of those first tentative steps toward young
love. For children the traditional Valentine's party was
the perfect time to express your heartfelt adoration for
the love of your life. One way this affection was carried
out was by exchanging Valentines at school and
church. The days leading up to the actual exchange
were charged with excitement and whispered secrets
as you spent hours laboring over making the all-time
greatest Valentine imaginable for that special
someone. Smells of glue, crepe paper, construction
paper and crayons could be found in every classroom
as we cut out shaped hearts and diamonds decorating
them with hand-drawn hearts with an arrow piercing
each heart. Underneath Cupid's arrow we" would write
messages of undying love for the special ones in our
lives. For those who did not hold as much importance
in our hearts we would come up with clever words
such as, "Roses are red, Violets are blue, Something
stinks, is it you?"
We could get away with this pettiness since we never
signed our name to a single card but I'm sure the
recipient of these cute little valentines was able to
figure out who the sender was by the snickers when
the cards were deposited in the valentine mailboxes.
These mailboxes were also works of art made by each
child. Most of the time the teacher would allow you to
create a mailbox on you own. These mailboxes were an
extension of a child's personality. It was easy to see
which children lived on farms. Their mailboxes were
usually decorated with farm animals scattered among
the red hearts while the town children would have our
hearts decorating stores with a stray cat or dog throw
in. The finished mailboxes would line the walls of the
classroom that were decked out in yards and yards of
red, pink and white crepe paper streamers.
On the designated day first thing in the morning we
would finally get to deposit our Valentines in the
mailboxes. After. the mailboxes" wvre stuffedd"' to
capacity we usually had to wait the entire day before
it was time to discover what was inside our special
box. Ever so often we were brave enough to sign our
name for the current object of our affection. Oh, the
sheer thrill of watching as they opened the valentine
was enough to fill your heart with love for all eternity.
And the thrill didn't stop there because you got to
duplicate it at church during the Sunday School
Valentine party.
Those first forays into love carried some unknown
dangers as I was soon to find out at the ripe old age of
six. The love of my life at that time was the preacher's
son David. In my eyes he was "Mr. Right." That
assumption came to an abrupt halt on one particular
Sunday night. As I recall it was a typical Sunday
night. The adults were visiting inside the church. after
a good sermon while all the children were lining up
outside for a game of "ain't no boogers out tonight."
David was chosen to be the booger and at the count of
10 the rest of us children scattered. The object of the
game was to stay out of reach from the booger and to
make it to home before he caught you. Well, it started
out good as I ran at top speed around the church well
on my way to home which was a block enclosure at the
front of the church. Just as I rounded the corner
David appeared out of nowhere in hot pursuit. I kicked
up my speed a notch or two and could see home base
just ahead. The problem was I did not allow time to
slow down before I hit home base. I overshot the block
enclosure and stopped with my right leg laying across
the block. That's the position I was in when I realized
that love can bring extreme pain as David also failed
to stop and landed his full-body weigh on my exposed
leg. I heard it crack and my immediate tears were
witness to the end of my first love affair. I no longer
wanted David anywhere near me since the sight of him
conjured up visions of pain that I had to endure
during the setting of the bone in my leg as well as the
long months of wearing a heavy cast from my toes to
the top of my thigh.
Oh well, that was when I was six. Like most children
I forgot the pain and once again was smitten by an
older boy that lived down the street from me. That
affair was destined to end as well when I mentioned to
daddy that this boy must eat lots of prunes. After
daddy investigated my latest Don Juan he found out
that it wasn't prunes, it was chewing tobacco that was
emitting that particular smell. Since any form of
tobacco use was taboo for church going folks like our
family, this great love also became a distant memory.
I didn't protest very much since the thought of
actually kissing someone with chewing tobacco in
their mouth was kinda gross to me. Now some 50
years later these memories tickle me but at the time it
was serious business.
Most children don't make their valentines today but
the ritual of exchange is still the same. This special
day gives us all the opportunity to
appreciate each other and it gives us
a peek at young love in the making as
we watch another generation doing
many of the same things we did
as we learned about love.
c2 fDelores L. Walker
Scan be reached at
edmwalk@windstream. net

N February 16-17, 2007

T News-Herald
P.O. Box 888 123 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513

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Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.

Suwannee Lumber Co.

announces 2 new VPs

Suwannee Lumber Company
CEO Frank B. "Bump" Faircloth
and President Daniel Dickert have
announced the appointment of two
new vice presidents.
Brian Faircloth will become vice
president of the ground cover
products division and Phil Amrell
will become vice president of the
Stim-U-Plant soils division. Both
divisions are Suwannee Lumber
CEO Faircloth stated that both
men were recognized by the
Suwannee Lumber Company
Board of Directors for their
"outstanding contributions to the
S .. 4.' .. '.

"Phil and Brian have worked
very hard to expand our customer
base while keeping the previous
customers happy. Both men are
real assets to Suwannee Lumber
Company and play a major role in
the continued growth of the
company," he said.
"Suwannee Lumber Company
has 300 employees and with the
diversity of company business,
there should be continued growth
and employment opportunities."
"I am honored that Bump,
Daniel and the board of directors at
Suwannee Lumber Company have
shown their confidence in me
through this promotion," Brian


Faircloth said. "I must say that
much of my success at Suwannee
Lumber has been because of the
super bunch of folks that I work
with every day.
"I am truly blessed to be a
member of one of the best teams in
the business. Suwannee Lumber
Company prides itself in being one
of the largest family-owned and
operated businesses in the industry
and I look forward to a long career
with this family," he said.
"I would like to thank the board
of directors for giving me this
opportunity to grow with
Suwannee Lumber Company,"
Phil Amrell added. "I consider it
both an honor and privilege to
work for such a great company that
continues to grow, maintaining a
standard of excellence in quality
and most importantly, a company
that values, respects and rewards
its employees.
"I will continue to represent
Suwannee Lumber Company, the
employees, and the owners to the
best of my abilities and look
forward to many more years of
growth and success together."

B-5 Perry News-Herald

Taylor Count
Shown above
Catalano and

February 16-17, 2007

s of the Month'
y Middle School recently announced the "Students of the Month" for January.
are: Kacy Bass,' Lindsey ,McHargue, Kanesha Hugger, Cory Miller, Ashley
Rachel Gilliam. Not pictured but also on the list are Eli Walker and Quantija


Equipment, Inc.

Suwannee Lumber Company CEO Frank B. "Bump" Faircloth
and President Daniel Dickert have announced the appointment
of two new vice presidents, Brian Faircloth (left) and Phil

ATV ride to benefit Special Olympics
Registration is underway now for a special ATV/Off Road Vehicle Ride
to benefit Taylor County Special Olympics.
Organizers have gained special permission to hold the ride in the
Hickory Mound WMA Saturday, March 3. The ride will begin at the
Econfina Resort at 11 a.m. (Registration starts at 10 a.m.)
Tickets are $15 per ATV or UTV, and $5 for each additional rider. Lunch
is iqludted in the registratio9pfee. -
A ri proceeds oenefi loca Speal Olympics'~athletes. Tor more
information, call Wendy at 838-5190 or Richard at 584-4225.

At the Booking Desk

2006 Model


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Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a crime,
but are considered innocent until
proven guilty.

Jan. 26:
Amanda Driver, 26, 2409 Golf
Course Road, VOP for possession
of methadone, Ptl. Johnson, PPD.
Jan. 27:
Diana E. McDaniel, 42, P. 0.
Box 841, Mayo, DWLS--
knowingly, resisting arrest without
violence, Dep. Johns, TCSO.
Herbert Miller, 50, 384 Bishop
Street, Greenville, sentenced to
weekends, Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Glenn Will!am James, 32, 5600
Courtney Grade, no motor vehicle
registration, attaching tag not
assigned, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
Jan. 28:
Scott Allen Clark, 37, 11015
Baylor Drive, Springhill,
DWLSW/R, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
Kenneth Warren Weekley, 25,
3841 Foley Cut-Off, DWLS/R, Ptl.
Curry, PPD.
Michael Christopher Gordon,
34, King Drive, DUI, giving false
name, Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
Jan. 30:
Wendy Jean Fields, 32, 1322
West Hampton Springs Avenue,
cheating, grand theft, Ptl.
Campbell, PPD.
John Leslie Hart, 38, 619 West
Wilcox, FTA for trespass after
warning, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Jessica Lynn Miles, 22, 2861
Hwy. 221, burglary, battery, Dep.
Giacomucci, TCSO. '
Terrance D. Ford, 22, 506 West
Willow Street, VOP (possession of
marijuana, fleeing and/or eluding
law enforcement officer, resisting
officer without violence), Ptl.
Campbell, PPD.
Jan. 31:
Sandy L. Oliver, 37, 406 West
Folsom Street, in for court, Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
Chamoris C. Wells, 26, 502
West Drew Street, aggravated
assault, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Joshua Blake Langford, 24,
2785 South Byron Butler Parkway,
leaving the scene of a crash, Ptl.
Cooper, PPD.
Kenneth Earl Sheppard, 24,
4033 J. J. Blue Road, domestic

violence, aggravated assault, Dep.
Davis, TCSO.
Ronald Lee Carter, .29, 3617
West HWy. 98, criminal mischief,
Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
Feb. 2:
Bruce Allen Stephens, 40, 5635
Hwy. 19 South, disorderly
conduct, resisting arrest without
violence, Ptl. Gray, PPD.
Paul Mack Collins, 46, 119 Goff
Street, aggravated stalking, battery
(domestic), violation of injunction,
Dep. McKenzie, TCSO.
Feb. 3:
Abdul Leva Foli,.29, 107 East
Magnolia Street, domestic
violence battery, Ptl. Gray, PPD.
Robert Terrence Wimberly, 48,
1015 Taylor Avenue, Greenville,
VOP, Dep. Chambers, TCSO.
Feb. 4:
Celso H. Garcia, 23, Skylark
Motel, DWLS (knowingly), no
motor vehicle registration, Ptl.
Norris, PPD.
Feb. 6:
Kenneth Warren Weekley, 25,
3841 Foley Cut-Off Road,
DWLS/R, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
Irwin Quinnie Bass, 50, 110
14th Street, DWLS--knowingly,
Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Jennifer Elise Ferguson, 34,
3810 Eddie Page Road,
unregistered motor vehicle, drivers
license suspended more than four
months, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
Ausma Durfey, 62, 12810
Spring Warrior Road, disorderly
intoxication, Dep. Chambers,
Feb. 7:
Lucas Henry Jacobs, 27, no
address, resisting arrest without
violence, refusal to submit to a
breath test, Dep. Chambers,
Johnny Tommy Anderson, 32,
1615 Robinson Street, no valid
drivers license, Ptl. Sunderland,
Leslie Howard Herndon, 48,
1065 Langford Lane, DWLS, Ptl.
Cash, PPD.
Feb. 8:
Conrad Dontay Watkins, 25, 110
West Dunwood Street, aggravated
assault 'with a motor vehicle, Ptl.
Campbell, PPD.
Geneva Morris, 42, 346 Thomas
Road, Monticello, VOP (DUI,
DWLS, giving false information ,
Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.


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B-6 Perry News-Herald February 16-17, 2007

Small ads...big deals! !

Saturday, February 17 at 6:30 p.m. 1693
SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison,
Phone 850-973-2959
Mastercard, Visa and Debit Cards. This
week a new truckload has arrived. Food
Fun & Give-A-Ways! Heated/ AC Comfy
Seats. 5 p.m. preview. Food starts at 5:30
From Perry: Take RT 221 North to CR 14
(SW Mosley Hall Rd.) Turn right, we are
about 8 miles on the right.
AU691 Col, Ron Cox AB2490

Efficiency for Rent. 1 room/ 1 bath
furnished, electric/cable/water included 1.
person $110 a week/ 2 $120 a week plus
deposit. Adults only, no pets. Prevatt's
Wayside Apts. Call after 12 p.m. 850-371-
3 bd/1 bth house in town. 1/2 acre fenced
in backyard. 1st & last plus references
required. Available NOW! Call 850-843-

Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard SaleWe us Collectibles
Set-up e 1. Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 *584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture

Yard Sale Friday & Saturday.- Sadler
Drum 4289 US 98 W. Inside warehouse. 5
burner gas BBQ grill, TV/VCR combo,
makeup table, computer stand, recliner, Ig.
paper shredder.
Yard Sale ALL DAY! Wednesday -
Saturday 8625 Potts Still Rd.
Side Walk Sale 10:00 to 3:00, every
Saturday in front of Gifts of Grace, 106 E.
Main St., 584-7770.
Saturday 9 a.m. 12 p.m. 513 E. Lafayette
St. lots of baby clothes, etc.,

Come one...
come all!O (


Mondays 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
305 Puckett Road

$150 Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. New
in plastic with warranty. 850-222-7783

lifetime warranty, sacrifice $795. (can
deliver) (850)425-8374.

Prom Dresses: turquoise ball-gown, size
14, pd $450 asking $250; light green
dotted w/pink flowers/w pearl centers
mermaid style formal. size 12, pd $475
asking $250; dark blue strapless w/lace up
back formal, size 14, asking $100; yellow
halter style bridesmaid dress w/fitted
bodice to waist, size L. asking $100;
spaghetti-strapped red w/black paneled
overlay'A-line, size small, asking $50; red
bridesmaid dress, size 9-10, asking $40;
for inquires call 584-2487.
chairs,- $149. NEW IN BOX (850) 222-

still boxed, $599,

complete 6 piece set
can deliver (850)222-

SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed BRAND
NEW in box, $250. (850)545-7112.

Lauren Lilliott
Elaine Aman
Customer Service Manager

Come by or give us a call for
all your Auto & Home
Ins-urance Needs

FEB. 17th 10am 5pm
(20) 100' x 110' building lots
$50,000 Each (w/lnfrastructure)
1st one sold $4000 rebate
Next 15 sold $2500 rebate

Stuart $492,000
Curth $189,500*
*Hospice Fundraiser
Lender on site


Southern Villas of Perry

Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs, Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347, Equal Housing
Opportunity."-,,.- -- -* :'.. .--

Qualified applicants 2 & 3 BR.
Applications available 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Office 500 S, Warner Ave. Perry, FL
Phone 850-584-6842. Equal Housing

Newly ,remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.

1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs, Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from $139 weekly or
$35 daily plus,tax. 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-7033,

Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.

For Rent brick house 814 Johnson
Stripling Rd. 3 B/1 B with new central heat/
AC. 850-728-5480 after 6 p.m.

Will share my home with a mature person
$475 month includes utilities. Call 584-

Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included. $140 weekly
or $35 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-

For Rent: Large one bedroom apartment
$450 a month, first and last mo. required,
no children, no pets. Call 584-8275.


Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
.-' Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys

C all Mark Sou erljnH (85)5i 46021 gtoa e a


For Sale By Owner Owner financing, low
down payment.
1 bed/1 bath block house w/Lot $500
HANDY MAN SPECIAL- 2 Bed/1 bath Block
house w/ Lot $550 month
Duplex- 2 1 bed/1 bath apts. w/Lot $650
You can own for less than you rental
Call 850-890-1467 and ask for Robert.

WOW Brand New Beautiful 2000 Sq. Ft.
Homes of Merit DW with 2x6 s on 1,5
'acres on Vera Lane. Ready to move in!
Furniture included. ALL Credit Scores
Accepted!! Easy financing! $943 a month,
Call Justin at 850-295-0099,

For Sale Remodeled Home; 2 bed/1 bath
on 1.5 acres, located just outside city
limits at 3490 Old Dixie Hwy; additional
building on site. City water, 1 private well,
Perfect for a small business. $75,000
negotiable. Call (850)223-2486.

Development Property For Sale Adjacent
to Pine Ridge Located on Shady Oaks
Rd. 25 acres + at $20,000/acre. Call 578-

Owner Financing, $435/month w/low down
payment. Landscaped 2,5 acres in Perry.
Well/septic/power near wildlife
management area. 352-562-2855,
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq,
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner

Land for sale, 221 Nortfh Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
Historic Lee Cypress Home. 2800 SF 4
BR/2 BA on 1.8 Ac. off Paul Poppell Rd.
w/Enclosed Patio, Beautiful large sunroom
w/fireplace, cozy living room also has
fireplace. Home has large attic storage,
fenced in back yard with inground pool.
Built in 1929, remolded in 1978,
Heating/AC 1 yr. old Kitchen redone in
S20, t Neighborhood! E\ceilenl ..Z
$ (5,00, Call Jason Hearts-,eld al rJaurF
Coast Inc. 850-843-0503,
For Sale By Owner Keaton Beach 2,305
sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2.5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard. gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
$12,000 and assume mortgage. Call 850-
578-3094 for apt.

Jim Von Stein


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3pm-11 pm shifts, 11 pm-7 am shifts

Weekend Treatment Nurse

Social Service Director

Sue Love, Directorof Nursing

Energetic, polite, professional receptionist
needed for busy office. 40 hours per week,
8 a.m. 5 p.m. Pay commensurate with
experience. Mail resume to "Receptionist
Position," P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348.

Avon Reps Needed! How would you like to
start the New Year off being your own
boss? Start your own business. I can show
you how. $10.00 start-up kit. Call BJ
Today! 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605.
Position available for Heavy Equipment
Operator, Mostly local work. CDL
preferred, starting pay based upon
experience and skills. Service truck
furnished, benefit package includes health
insurance, retirement program, paid
vacation and holidays. For more
information, call (850) 58408887. Fax/mail
resume or application to (850)223-3493,
The Forestry Company, 502 W. Green St.,
Perry, FL 32347.
Help Wanted Badcock and More Set-up
and Delivery. No Phone calls. Apply in
Person. 1225 S. Jefferson Street. Lic,
required and good driving record. Must be
21 or older.

Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applications for a Technician.
Must be able to read scales, possess a
high school diploma or equivalent, basic
computer skills (including MS Word &
Excel) and math skills. A basic -
understanding of general quality
requirements, calibration program, basic
statistics and sampling, metrology and
visual inspection using common gages is
required. Competitive benefits. All
applicants are subject to pre-employment
drug screening and a background check
by BATF. Bring picture ID and Social
Security card or Birth Certificate and apply
at Employment Connections, 1702 South
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, 584-7604.

:' C.N.A Full time 6 a.m. 2 p.m. position.
Also, full time 10 p.m: 6 a.m. position.
Requirement of excellent attendance and
performance histories. Seeking friendly
team player. Smaller, modern facility with
good work atmosphere. Contact: Jennifer
Richardson, Lafayette Health Care Center,
512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 386-294-3300.

Leading national propane marketer
opening for an energetic route sales driver
for their Perry, Florida based operation.
Candidates must possess strong
customer service skills, team player
attitude along with a Class B CDL license
with an air brake and Hazmat
endorsement. Clean driving record a must.
Excellent starting salary with competitive
benefit program for the qualified candidate.
Sign on Bonus to the qualified applicant!
EOE. For consideration for this position
please fax your resume to (850) 584-6669
or mail it to: 216 W. Green Street Perry.
FL 32347.

Experienced HVAC/R service tecnnicans
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages S14-16/hr. Call 350-584-

Technical Field Representative seeking a
dedicated individual with leadership skills.
Travel up to 75% required. Background in
construction or engineering. Must be able
to operate general construction equipment.
Be able to write reports upon completion of
jobs. Wage/Salary Range: 160-300/Day
Please send your resume to. Big Top
Manufacturing, 3225 N. US 19. Perry, FL
32347 or email to Big Top is
EOE & Drug-Free workplace.

Snapper Riding Lawn Mower for sale. Used
very little. Cali 581-9769
For Sale:. Sears Craftsman Riding
Lawnmower for S250, 38' Also, Coleman'
Generator; 5500 Watts for $500/ good
condition. Call 584-8275

20 ft pontoon boat 40 horse motor, Bimini
top etc. lots of extras, runs very good, in
excellent condition. $4500 OBO. .
1987 Suzuki LT500 Quadzilla very fast,
excellent shape, w/extras $3200 OBO
Call for more information 223-2538(H) or

2006 Mini-bike 6.5 hp motor. $450 firm.
Call 584-2834.

1994 Ford Escort. 4 cyl. 5 spd. 35 mpg
$1,000. Call 584-9640
1998 Dodge 4x4 Ram Truck. Runs great
S7,500 Call 584-3777.
1980 Jeep CJ7
12:50 x 33 Mud tires with 10" rims, 4 spd
with V-8 motor $S4000 0.8 0. 584-7829.
Aiso. 1 set 1C' alum rims for Ranger
Truck or new r-ode: Jeep 250 or trade.
2 14 2 16
99 --, c :. :om;zed Chevy van,
$2 5 Pal. 43 581-4602.

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Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.

Shrine Club
(.H'. 19 North) 584-2434
-'Mus Df 18 yrs. or older

Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill a Materials
Coordinator position. The ideal candidate
would have an AA Degree or related field
with a minimum of five (5) years
experience in a manufacturing material
related position. PC literacy is a must.
Responsibilities will include coordinating
material deliveries with production, moving
materials to and from respective locations,
forklift operation and maintenance,
generating daily reports, and assist with
the implementation of a MRP system to
track inventory. Must be able to lift 50
pounds and possess strong organization
We offer a competitive wage and benefit
package. EOE. For confidential
consideration, send resume to:
S1 Marine is looking for a person with 1
year minimum experience in the following:
purchasing, supervisory experience,
inventory management, shipping and
receiving, MRP experience, boat building
experience preferred. Minimum 45 hours
weekly, Please send resume to S1 Marine,
1290 Houck Road, Perry, Florida 32348,
Deadline for accepting resumes is March

Planner $34,777- $39,145 + benefits
Fire Fighter $10.78/hr.
Public Safety Director-$45,885 (negotiable)
Social Services Tech $8.86
Grants Administrative Secretary $11.88
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer. '

Regional Flatbed Drivers
Earn $50,000 PLUS
and 6% bonus
Home Every Weekend
6 mo. t/t & Class A CDL req'd
or apply on-line at
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Benefits! $3000 Retention Bonus! More
Home Time! Pd. Holiday/ Vac. + Med. &
Dental 404-346-0960 x22626
Domino's Pizza Now hiring all positions.
Drivers, CSR's Management. great pay,
flexible hours. Apply within. Call 584-

The City of Perry is taking
applications for the
following position:

Utility Mechanic II
(Wastewater Department)

Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and be able to
obtain a CDL within 6 months of
employment. Must have class
"C" Wastewater Collection
Technician Certification within
1 year of employment
- Salary R.ange -
Applications are available at:
Employment Connections
1702 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32348
(Beside Post Office)

Conve'-.nce store manager needed.
Flease apply at Ware Oil & Supply
located 271 ;S Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place.
1;I 2rPfO
MarTn E!ectronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applhcatons for assemblers and
macn:ne operator. Competitive benefits.
A;l applicants are subject to pre-
empioyvmen; cru screening and a
background check by BATF, Bring picture
ID and Social Security card or Birth
Certificate and apply at Employment
Connections, 1702 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, 584-7604, AAE/EEO/VP

Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill multiple Quality
Assurance positions, including 2 QC
Technicians, 1 Chemical Analyst, and 1
QA Lead/Supervisor. The ideal candidate
would have a minimum of one (1) year
experience in a Quality / Process Control
related position. PC literacy is a must.
We offer a competitive salary package and
wage based on experience and
competency. EOE. For confidential
consideration, please send resume to:

Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applications for an Inspector.
Must be able to read scales, possess a
high school diploma or equivalent, basic
computer and math skills. A basic
understanding of general quality
requirements, calibration program and
sampling requirements, and visual
inspection using common gages is
preferred. Competitive benefits. All
applicants are subject to pre-employment
drug screening and a background check
by BATF. Bring picture ID and Social
Security card or Birth Certificate and apply
at Employment Connections, 1702 South
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, 584-7604.

Child Care Professional Needed working
with age 2 years. Full or Part time. Must be
21 or older. CDA a plus. Happytime
Preschool. 584-7916 for more information.

9 year old Tennesso '. .i r 1.131-.' .lr. '
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1997 4 wd. Nissan extra cab pick up 4 cyl.
good shape, clean $3,500. Call 584-7459
or 838-9178.

'97' Chrysler Sebring Convertible $4,000.
584-4257 or 838-7998.

For Sale '85' Honda Mag. vf 700c 4 cyl.
Call 850-843-4816 between 6-8 evenings.
1999 Olds 4 dr, Delta 88, all power.
Original owner. 85,000 miles, lady driven.
$3,150. Good Auto. Call 584-6747

1996 Chevrolet S-10 extended Cab. Teal
reen, automatic, V6. Will sell for $3,000
.B.O. Call 838-8374
Chevy S-10 extended Cab, V6, 5 spd.,
mag wheels, $2500 Bud Chute, 850-843-

Found Small chocolate colored w/white
strip on chest. Less than 6 mo. old found
near Buckeye Monday Morning. Call 584-
LOST FAMILY PET 10 week old female,
poodle and Chihuahua mix puppy..
wondered out of the yard Valentines Day,
in the vicinity of Paige St. and Alvarez.
(Off of Hwy. 27) She is up to date on her
shots but did not have a collar yet. We all
miss her. Please, if you have any
information call us at 850-584-2893.



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A to Z Land Clearing & Lawn Service.
Tree trimming removal dump truck
service, harrowing, rake work, dirt leveling,
Bush hog mowing. Complete Lawn
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J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.

Chad Dees Lawn Care
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me to introduce Chad Dees Lawn Care.
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with your family. Please call (850) 584-
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rree Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
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in the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit In and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No. 06-644-CA
The Bank of New York as Trustee for the
pooling and servicing agreement
dated as of July 31, 1998, Series 1998-B,
John A Lakes, Debra J. Lakes, unknown
Tenant(s) In possession #1 and #2, et.
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure
dated February 7, 2007, entered in Civil
Case No.: 06-644-CA of the Circuit Court
of the Third Judicial Circuit In and for
Taylor County, Florida, wherein The Bank
of New York as trustee for the Pooling
and Servicing Agreement dated as of
July 31, 1998, Series 1998-B, Plaintiff, and
John A. Lakes, Debra J. Lakes, unknown
tenants) In possession #1 and #2, et.
al., are Defendants. I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the West Door
of the Taylor County Courthouse, 108
North Jefferson Street, Perry, FL 32347, at
11:00 a.m., on the 8th day of March,
2007, the following described real
property as set forth in said Final
Summary Judgment, to wit:
Lots 10, 11, and 12, of Block 1, of Milidale
Subdivision, according to the map or
plat of said MlIldale Subdivision on
record in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Taylor County, Florida, In
Plat Book 1, page 87.
If you are a person claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sale, you must
file a claim with the clerk no later than 60
days after the sale. If you fall to file o
claim you will not be entitled to any
remaining funds. After 60 days, only the
owner of record as of the date of the lis
pendens may claim the surplus.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
court on February 8, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Brian L. Rosaler, Esquire
Popkin & Rosaler, P.A.
1701 West Hlllsboro Boulevard
Suite 302
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Telephone: (954)360-9030

Case No. 62-2007-CC-40-OOA-01
Lee Spees and David Spees
Judy C. Adkins (Whiddon)
Notice of Action
Notice is hereby given that a petition to
determine ownership of a Motor Vehicle
has been filed and you are required to
serve a copy of your written objections,
If any, on Lee Spees and David
Spees3230 Spees Harris Lane, Perry,
Florida 32348 who Is the petitioner, on or
before March 7, 2007, and file the
original with the clerk of the county
either before service on the petitioner,
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered for the relief
demanded In the petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this court
on the 7th day of February, 2007, at
Toylor County, Florida.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Sallna Ford
Deputy Clerk :.':

Pursuant to Section 2.13(B) of the City
Charter of the City of Perry, Florida,
notice is hereby given that the City
Council hod Introduction and First
Reading on Ordinance No. 835 on
February 13, 2007 In the City Council
Chambers, 224 S. Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida. The Public Hearing and Final
Reading on Ordinance No. 835 Is
scheduled for the City Council Regular
Meeting, Council Room 224 S. Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida on February 27, 2007
at 6:30 p. m. or as soon thereafter as
possible. Any Interested persons may .
appear and be heard on the
aforementioned public hearing date.
Notice Is also given, pursuant to Florida
Statutes 286.0105 that any person
deciding to appeal any decision of the
City Council with respect to any matter
considered at the meeting will need a
record of that meeting and may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings Is made; which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
Copies of said Ordinance No.835 may
be Inspected at the Administration
Office of City Haoll, 224 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida between the hours of 8:00
a.m."and 5:00 p.m., Monday through
Robert A. Brown, Jr.
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring

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